Magistrate’s court in Jerusalem released from custody lawyer Tarek bargota of, the detainee on suspicion in the publication of texts containing incitement to violence.
According to published information, Bargoot, who represented in court among others, and 13-year-old boy who committed the attack at a tram stop in Jerusalem’s Pisgat ze’ev, published in the social network Facebook statuses of praise addressed to the terrorists and was arrested on suspicion of incitement. However, the judge ruled that it is «only praise and solidarity, and not about the direct incitement to the same action», and criticized the police sharply criticized for a decision to detain a lawyer.
«During the trial it became clear that some publications are going to move on the Hebrew part, and it may well be that out-of-context», — stated in the decision of the court.
According to the judge, «there is a suspected breach of the act, publish the approval and praise of violent acts and their perpetrators, but this is not incitement».
In turn, a police spokesman mentioned a few statuses posted by the suspect. In one of them he called the actions of terrorist who killed three Israelis in a bus in Jerusalem’s Armon and quarter-naziv «manifestation of the ultimate male».
In yet another status, he urged to build «from betond established by the occupier in East Jerusalem, a monument to the martyrs».
«These statements are unpleasant to the ear, they are sometimes outrageous, but they are not incitement» is decided by the judge.